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ladies' man

noun [C usually singular] uk   /ˈleɪ.dizˌmæn/ old-fashioned us  
a man who gives women a lot of attention and likes to be with them: He was something of a ladies' man. UK John was always a bit of a ladies' man.
Translations of “ladies' man”
in Chinese (Traditional) 關注女人的男人, 喜歡廝混在女人中間的男人…
in Chinese (Simplified) 关注女人的男人, 喜欢厮混在女人中间的男人…
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